MOOT COURT COMPETITIONS
Students can hone their advocacy skills be participating in trial and appellate advocacy classes, as well as in trial and moot court competitions. Our IP students compete in the Giles Sutherland Rich (Patent) and Saul Lefkowitz (Trademark) Intellectual Property Moot Court Competitions.
The Akron Intellectual Property Journal, student-run publication published its first two issues in spring and summer 2007.
STUDENT PROGRAMS - IP AND BEYOND
Many students interested in IP join the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Association. Membership is open to all law students interested in intellectual property, computers and new technology. Participation is a great way to learn more about intellectual property. Student members can:
- attend IP seminars and meetings
- network with practicing IP attorneys
- receive discounts on locally sponsored continuing legal education courses
- participate in the annual IP career roundtable and ask local professionals questions regarding the practice of IP law
- gain insight and valuable contacts that can aid in securing law clerk positions and future employment
- work on IP projects
- participate in special patent bar exam study sessions
Scott M. Oldham '91
Hahn, Loeser + Parks
|"...virtually every company today has intellectual property issues that it needs to address."|